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Unicef UK Annual Report 2016

In 2016, our supporters raised a record £102.8 million for children. Read our annual report to find out more about Unicef UK's work.

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Family reunification and failing protection

April 2017 - A study on the the situation faced by unaccompanied children who were living in the unofficial Dunkirk refugee camp

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Victim, not criminal

May 2017 - This study assesses whether the new “non-punishment” principle is sufficient to protect trafficked children in the UK.

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General Election 2017

May 2017 - This General Election call on all the major political parties to commit to protect the world's most vulnerable children by supporting aid.

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No Place To Call Home: Protecting children's rights when the changing climate forces them to flee

April 2017 - Read Unicef's report focusing on the impact on children’s rights when children are forced to flee from home because of climate change.

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A deadly journey for children: The central Mediterranean migration route

February 2017 - Read Unicef's latest Child Alert report, focusing on the dangers faced by child migrants and refugees on the deadly Central Mediterranean migrant route.

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Danger every step of the way: A harrowing journey to Europe for refugee and migrant children

June 2016 - Danger Every Step of the Way, finds more than nine out of 10 refugee and migrant children arriving in Europe through Italy are unaccompanied.

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Unicef UK Annual Report 2015

Annual Report 2015: Your amazing support helped Unicef UK raise a record £100.7 million for children worldwide in 2015. Find out more.

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Neither Safe Nor Sound

September 2016 - Neither Safe Nor Sound is a study commissioned by Unicef of the horrific situation for unaccompanied children in northern France, including Calais and Dunkirk.

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The Refugee Crisis in Europe

A Unicef briefing paper explores the UK's role in protecting the rights of unaccompanied and separated children.

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Education cannot wait

Repeated calls have been made for education and learning to be central to humanitarian action, and for guarantees that no child’s right to education be disrupted or interrupted by conflict or disaster. Education Cannot Wait: a Fund for education in emergencies heeds these calls and was developed to better meet the educational needs of millions of children and young people affected by crises around the world.

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Report Card 13: Fairness for children

Unicef's latest Report Card, Fairness for Children, explores the inequality gap facing children in rich countries.

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Ending the Recruitment and Use of Children in Armed Conflict

This Unicef report sets out areas where important progress has been made towards ending the recruitment and use of children in conflict and makes recommendations for action by governments.

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Durable Solutions for Trafficked Children

Unicef UK report explores how the immigration, criminal justice and social care systems work for trafficked children, and where they fail to provide the support and protection children need.

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Children and the changing climate

This collection of case studies offers a snapshot of recent or ongoing initiatives to protect children from the danger of climate change around the world.

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Keeping children safe in emergencies

This policy report sets how the UK Government can change how it responds in emergencies to protect children from violence.

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Unicef UK Annual Report 2014

Our 2014 Trustees' Report provides detailed information UNICEF UK's work for children in 2014, when supporters helped us raise a record £93.7 million.

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A global partnership to end violence

A new report from the NYU Center on International Cooperation makes the case for a global partnership to end violence against children.

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Climate change, violence and young people

Climate change could increase the risk of worsening violence and conflict on children around the world. This Unicef UK commissioned report is co-authored by the Institute for Strategic Studies and International Alert.

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State of the World's Children 2014

As the world marks 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, The State of the World’s Children calls for brave and fresh thinking to address age-old problems that still affect the most disadvantaged children.

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